3 Ways To Improve Your Creativity On The Decks:DJ Hapa, Owner, DJ Hapa
As a wedding DJ, it’s easy to fall into a creative rut. Without an endless stream of new ideas, most djs end up reusing sets and forget to put the music first.
Create Your Dj Brand:Artem Lomaz, Owner, NinetyThree Entertainment
Every DJ has a brand, whether intended or not. Your brand rules your business. A strong, identifiable personal brand elevates your company and lifts you above your competitors.
Be The Choice MC In Your Market:Mike Walter, Owner, Elite Entertainment
There’s no doubt... the MC makes or breaks a wedding reception. You move the celebration smoothly from intros to exits. You have the massive responsibility of bringing the couple’s celebration to life. If you want to stand out in your market and be an "in-demand-entertainer" perfecting your MC skills is critical. How do you push your MC skills past the limit?
Customize Wedding Receptions:Chris Washburn, Owner, Washburn Entertainment
You create your newlyweds’ experience through words, music, and events. You have the power to take hold of your audience and only let go after the last song. Are you ready to learn techniques that increase your value, raise your image, and have clients choose their date based on your availability?
Social Media Strategies For DJs:Staci Nichols, Owner, CancunDJ.com
It's time to diversify your portfolio of digital marketing strategies. Are you over-exposed on Instagram? Properly hedged with a solid blogging strategy? Prepare yourself against marketing volatility with a balanced social strategy geared specifically to the DJ industry.
Create Your Own Edits, Mashups, and Custom Mixes:Dan Quinn, Owner, DQB Entertainment
You have access to a wide range of music sources. Create something unique that really blows couples’ minds and raises the bar for what is expected from a DJ. It’s not that hard to do.